The lions compare notes and exchange opinions on the three emerging managers who then face the lions to hear how much - if any - allocation Andrew McCaffery, Luke Ellis and Stanley Fink will make
The dramatic conclusion of Hedge Fund Lions' Den starts with a frank and honest exchange of views by the three industry experts.
Stanley Fink, the godfather of the hedge fund industry, leads a discussion with fellow lions Aberdeen Asset Management’s Andrew McCaffery and Luke Ellis from Man.
The three examine the proposition of the emerging managers taking part: Charles-John (CJ) Donley and Robert Toffel from Strategis Capital Management; Neil Meadows of Laurentia Funds; and Christina McGuire and Gordon Eichhorst from Aperios Partners Investment.
After a brutally honest critique of each manager, the lions are ready to tell the emerging managers how much each is willing to allocate from their $25 million.
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